Con­sul­ta­tion and Sup­port for People living with HIV/​Hepatitis in pri­son

Offers for the detai­ned

  • Assi­s­tance in the effort to avoid an immi­nent com­mi­tal through sup­port during court hea­rings, through con­tact with pro­ba­tio­nary ser­vices, the attor­neys and other insti­tu­ti­ons
  • Regu­lar visits at the detention cen­ter. Pro­vi­ding infor­ma­tion and talks about HIV/AIDS, con­tact to pri­son faci­li­ties such as the social and medi­cal ser­vice, assi­s­tance with pos­si­ble visits to Han­nö­ver­sche AIDS-Hilfe. If nee­ded, mate­rial sup­port
  • Assi­s­tance with the pri­son release (Sear­ching for apart­ments, sub­s­ti­tion the­rapy, con­tact to phy­si­ci­ans, aut­ho­ri­ties, the court and other faci­li­ties)

Offers for the offi­ci­als in the enforce­ment agen­cies

  • Infor­ma­tion on the risk of HIV, Hepa­ti­tis and other health-rela­ted risks in con­text of the law enforce­ment through per­so­nal talks and edu­ca­tio­nal pamplets
  • Advan­ced trai­ning cour­ses for offi­ci­als in the enforce­ment agen­cies